6 March 2009Watchmen movie
The movie Watchmen stirred the attention of latex lovers like no film since Underworld. It’s discussed nearly on all latex forums, and all that because of Silk Spectre’s costume shown in the trailer. And I can bet when watching the movie they all eagerly awaited the moment when she finally appears on the screen.
Not being a real fan of comic books movies I won’t elaborate about the movie itself. Rather I gathered information how Malin Akerman, who plays the Silk Spectre II character, felt about the costume.
She has revealed that donning superhero costume was far from super for her. Malin thought wearing the suit would be fun, but she soon realized she was wrong. Particularly in an interview done she claimed: “I think latex is super sexy when you see it on someone else, but when you’re the one wearing it, it’s like putting a rubber band on your whole body.” And continues: “It takes on whatever temperature it is and then magnifies it. So if we were shooting outside and it was freezing, it made me extra cold, and if it was indoors and hot, it made it extra hot.”
Well seems not all people find appeal in the sensuous tightness of a latex garment. Funny is even her civil character in the movie, Laurie Jupiter, admits having doubts about the costume.
Still I am sure there would be a long line of ladies wishing to wear the costume or men desiring seeing their spouse in it.
Many also asked actually who made Silk Spectre’s costume. Our investigation revealed the manufacturer is Syren Couture, an established Los Angeles based manufacturer. They are experienced in this kind of orders having been cooperating on several other Hollywood blockbuster movies before, like Batman or Mr. and Mrs. Smith to name those two. What are you waiting for, go on see their creation with your own eyes on the big screen when the film comes out.
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